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  1. I wonder if an option in the EFB might be good, with two choices for sound scheme, namely "realistic" and "wrong"??
  2. Just goes to prove. The customer is always right, even when they are totally and utterly wrong.
  3. LOL. Then I think I'll play it safe and just stick to the airports that service CRJ flights IRL, and maybe larger airports that have more lengthy runways. Thanks for your post
  4. For a lot of my GA flights, daylight permitting, I fly out of a fairly small airport, with a main runway of 5,522ft. It has fairly lengthy thresholds at either end of the runway, but these are apparently not part of the licensed runway. Although the runway appears to be within the take-off and landing specifications of at least the CRJ-700, what margin of error would normally be allowed IRL? My question is more out of curiosity, as I suspect this airport will probably not be viable for any of the CRJ family.
  5. This reminds me of a Queen concert i went to at Birmingham NEC. I know, it was years ago, but I'm now at that age where i can remember 40 odd years ago better than yesterday. Anyway, the support band, General Public i think it was, had finished their set and the audience were screaming louder and louder, as time went on, to get to the main act. Queen timed their entrance perfectly, just before a riot broke out, and the crowd went crazy. Come on Freddy, i mean Mathijs, give us a "song" and maybe get Vanessa to join in.
  6. Suggested Routes for the Bombardier CRJ Family - General - Infinite Flight Community This might do for a start. All i did was Googled "Bombardier CRJ Routes" or something like that.
  7. If it is modelled on the Surface Pro 7, which I think i remember it being said, it will be just like the one I'm typing on now and the power/standby button should be on the extreme left of the top edge. BTW, It is a very nice tablet and that's from an iPad user of many years.
  8. ..and will provide a proper 'proof of purchase', for the aircraft itself, instead of just a proof that you have bought credits, with no linkage to the aircraft itself.
  9. It's odd, but try closing your right eye when lining up the mouse cursor on a control. There is a request to project the mouse cursor into both left and right eyes, not just the left, to preclude the need to be able to wink, but it may be a while before that appears.
  10. hmmm, I'll be very interested to see how the VR turns out, as I've not flown on my monitors since MSFS got VR and my 5-year-old Rift CV1 has been doing just fine. I'd hate to have to go back to 2d to be able to fly this aircraft.
  11. I've just got an image in mind, of that Harry Enfield character saying, "You don't want to do it like that" and in my case, he'd probably be right.
  12. I was just going to ask how the bit where you popped out the EICAS display might be in VR, but as VR effectively puts you into the pilot's seat, everything should already be pretty well laid out for all processes anyway. I know, I know, I'll just go back to waiting patiently.
  13. "you may try it yourself if you have the product in your hands in a few, well days or perhaps a week, or a week and a few days who knows." The suspense is killing me.
  14. March 5th. It's a Friday, just after the MSFS market updates
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